Ryan Zimmerman is absolutely obliterating the MLB

Photo Credit: Federal Baseball Up until five years ago, no MLB player had won the Batting Triple Crown since Carl Yastrzemski in 1967. It was in the year 2012 when Miguel Cabrera put an end to the 45-year Triple Crown drought by leading the American League in batting average (.330), home runs (44), and runs batted in (139). But looking more closely at the Triple Crown trend, one … Continue reading Ryan Zimmerman is absolutely obliterating the MLB

Don’t look now, but the Yankees are back

Photo Credit: FiveThirtyEight Seven consecutive seasons without a championship win isn’t many in a 30-team league. But in the Bronx, greatness is expected. Championships are expected to be won. Since winning their MLB-record 27th World Series in 2009, over twice as many as the next best team, the New York Yankees have underachieved and fallen short of that expected greatness. Now, eight years later, that greatness … Continue reading Don’t look now, but the Yankees are back

This year’s NBA MVP race is what the league needed

Photo Credit: FanRag Sports The 2017 NBA Playoffs are well underway. While the primary focus has turned to which NBA team will rise above the rest and win this year’s championship, there is a whole other battle to be fought over which player is deserving to be crowned the league’s Most Valuable Player. The two frontrunners two win the award have stuffed the stat sheets … Continue reading This year’s NBA MVP race is what the league needed

2017 NBA Playoff Scores (May 7th)

Photo Credit: WIUX (featured image), ESPN (team logos)   EASTERN CONFERENCE  #4 Washington Wizards, 121,  #1 Boston Celtics, 102 Series: Tied, 2-2    #2 Cleveland Cavaliers, 109,  #3 Toronto Raptors, 102 Series:  Cavaliers win, 4-0     WESTERN CONFERENCE  #3 Houston Rockets, 125,  #2 San Antonio Spurs, 104 Series: Tied, 2-2     -Asher Fair Continue reading 2017 NBA Playoff Scores (May 7th)

May 8th MLB Power Rankings & Trends

Photo Credit: Pinterest (featured image), ESPN (team logos)  New York Yankees (20-9), +1  Washington Nationals (21-10), -1  Houston Astros (21-11)  Baltimore Orioles (20-10)  Colorado Rockies (20-12)  Los Angeles Dodgers (17-14)  Cleveland Indians (17-13)  St. Louis Cardinals (16-14)  Boston Red Sox (17-14)  Chicago Cubs (16-15)  Cincinnati Reds (17-14), +2  Arizona Diamondbacks (18-15), -1  Seattle Mariners (15-17), +7  Detroit Tigers (15-15), -2  New York Mets (14-16), -1  Milwaukee Brewers … Continue reading May 8th MLB Power Rankings & Trends